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WIsconsin Heights students show off their sharp rides for Drive Your Tractor to School Day


April 22 may have been rainy and cool, but it was still Drive Your Tractor to School Day at Wisconsin Heights High School.

April 22 may have been rainy and cool, but it was still Drive Your Tractor to School Day at Wisconsin Heights High School.

SP students win scholarships, Harnisch honored


Pictured: Faith Holler, Chad Harnisch, Avery Leigh.

The Herb Kohl Education Foundation announced the recipients of its annual scholarships and education awards on April 6, 2022. Sauk Prairie High School Principal Chad Harnisch was honored with a “Principal Leader” award and high school seniors Avery Leigh and Faith Holler were named recipients of the Student Excellence Scholarship.

‘Hands on’ art at Bridges Elementary


Bridges students came together and made some “hands on” colorful artwork.

Bridges students came together and made some “hands on” colorful artwork.

Wisconsin Heights School Drama Club performs ‘My Fair Lady’

Wisconsin Heights High School Drama Club presented the musical “My Fair Lady” with four performances at the high school from March 11-13, 2022.  A live orchestra with WHHS student musicians, Sophie Reader and Eoin Szudy, and community members played music as WHHS student performers shared the story of Eliza Doolittle (played by Cora Scha

Above the Line


The March Above The Line theme was “Cooperation.” The students listed below received awards on Friday, March 25th, from their classroom teacher or staff who felt that they are an especially cooperative individual. Congratulations to these students! Bottom Row (L-R): Nicole Zantow, Liam Malmros, Hunter Hudson, Liz Griggs, Olivia Naggs, Jace Schultz, Owen Reinart, Beckett Schaaf, Ella Paul, Morgan Grunewald. Second Row (L- R): Ryette Smith, Matthew Schoepp, Luke Hager, Eli Buchholz, Milo Donaldson, Kendall Bell, Hallie Ballweg, Paige Wood. Third Row (L-R): Marcelo Haskins, Keyen Judd, Livie Andres, Lilly Cypcar, Cashton Suchla, Mack Olsen, Olivia Thorne Top Row (L-R): Audra Ayers, Michael Howard, Jasmine Walls, Aubree Deuman, Esme Klimek, Kenedi Lewellin, Paizley Johnson. Not pictured: Sam Strutz, Carter Solt, Harrison Leidig, Malania Hitchcock.

The March Above The Line theme was “Cooperation.”  The students listed below received awards on Friday, March 25th, from their classroom teacher or staff who felt that they are an especially cooperative individual.  Congratulations to these students!

Little geologists hard at work...


Mrs. McCartney’s second grade class at Black Earth has been doing a lot of hands-on activities to learn about rocks.

Mrs. McCartney’s second grade class at Black Earth has been doing a lot of hands-on activities to learn about rocks.

Captain America brought the breakfast


In celebration of National School Breakfast Week, Sauk Prairie School District students were treated to a super powered breakfast delivered by their very own Super Hero. Sauk Prairie School District has served over 75,000 breakfasts this school year.

In celebration of National School Breakfast Week, Sauk Prairie School District students were treated to a super powered breakfast delivered by their very own Super Hero.  Sauk Prairie School District has served over 75,000 breakfasts this school year.

Young Authors Contest winners

In November, Sauk Prairie Schools students in grades 3 through 5  were invited to submit entries to the Young Authors Contest, a writing contest sponsored by the Central Wisconsin Talented and Gifted Consortium.  Writing is submitted from ten area school districts.  Categories included Creative Writing, Personal Narrative, Persuasive Wri

Black Earth Elementary students practice writing the fun way


Students in Ms. Swenson’s kindergarten class used finger lights to help spell and write words a week ago at Black Earth Elementary.

Students in Ms. Swenson’s kindergarten class used finger lights to help spell and write words a week ago at Black Earth Elementary.

Wisconsin Heights’ single campus coming together as building takes shape

Construction at Wisconsin Heights has continued on time and things are starting to shape up from the outside. Pictured above is the outside of the new elementary wing. For more photos, see pages 2 and 3.

Above and left, outside walls in various stage of construction.

 

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